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Fugro, an independent geo-intelligence and asset integrity solutions provider, has announced to showcase its onshore and offshore geotechnical solutions at the booth 4410 at ADIPEC, which will be held from 13-16 November 2017

Jackup mf04515 for ADIPEC COMPRFugro aims to support safe and efficient operation of industrial facilities and exploration and development of natural resources. (Image source: Fugro)

Fugro said that its wide range of marine innovations focus on increasing cost efficiency, safety and ease of operation for long term sustainability.

The company stated that it will display its solutions including developments for marine site characterisation and marine asset integrity. The marine site characterisation focus on encompassing surveys and investigations to establish the characteristics of marine development areas, sites, routes and associated technical studies. The marine asset integrity includes IRM services, monitoring and remote systems technologies and testing and engineering capabilities to support the long-term safety and integrity of natural and man-made marine assets.

A model ROV on the stand will also highlight Fugro’s ROV services for field support in the region as well as its Abu Dhabi-based ROV Training Centre, where comprehensive courses aim to combine hands on experience with structured studies.

Fugro also announced that there will be a competition on Fugro’s exhibition stand and the participants can earn daily prize during the show.

Speaking to the press, Mike Dravitzki, regional director of Fugro, said that the company featured a host of new solutions relating to marine site characterisation and asset integrity at an innovation fair in Europe.

He further stated that Fugro looks forward to sharing these innovations with ADIPEC visitors in Abu Dhabi.

Fugro acquires and analyses data on topography and the subsurface, soil composition, meteorological and environmental conditions and provides advice relating asset integrity solutions.